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Readership: Professional Standards Trainers and department senior staff, senior officers and managers, Inspectors
Part 2 promotion officers, Policing academics and Policing students, force libraries.
Edited by P A J Waddington, Professor of Social Policy and Honorary Director, Central Institute for the Study of Public Protection, University of Wolverhampton, Professor John Kleinig, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, USA and Centre for Applied Philosophy & Public Ethics, CSU, Australia, and Martin Wright, Director, Central Institute for the Study of Public Protection and Head of Department of Uniformed Services, University of Wolverhampton
P A J Waddington is Professor of Social Policy and Honorary Director of the Central Institute for the Study of Public
Protection at the University of Wolverhampton. He has over 30 years of academic research and is the initiator of the BSc (Hons) Policing degree.
Dr Martin Wright, a retired police inspector, is the Director of the Central Institute for the Study of Public Protection and Head of Department of Uniformed Services at the University of Wolverhampton. He is the lead for the BSc Policing, Fire & Rescue and Armed Forces degrees.
John Kleinig is Professor of Philosophy in the Department of Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Professorial Fellow in Criminal Justice Ethics at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (Canberra,
Part One - Police Practice and Ethics
1: P.A.J. Waddington: Introduction
2: John Kleinig: Reflections on Teaching Police Ethics with Scenarios
Part Two - The Compromised Senior Officer
3: Scenario: The Compromised Senior Officer
4: Jenny Fleming & Juani O'Reilly: Addressing the Scenario: Integrity Insights and Dangerous Liaisons
5: Peter Neyroud & Colin Paine: Addressing the Scenario: A Socratic Police Dialogue
6: P.A.J. Waddington: Editor's Commentary
Part Three - 'A Free Cup of Coffee' Problem
7: Scenario: 'A Free Cup of Coffee'
8: Sarah Stewart: Addressing the Scenario: Ethical Policing Practice in Community Policing
9: P.A.J. Waddington: Editor's Commentary
Part Four - Community Negotiation
10: Scenario: Community Negotiation
11: Vern Neufeld Redekop: Addressing the Scenario: Mutual Respect, Complexity and Community Dialogue: Charting a New Path
12: P.A.J. Waddington: Editor's Commentary
13: Vern Neufeld Redekop: Author's Response
Part Five - Intelligence
14: Scenario: Intelligence
15: Steve Darroch: Addressing the Scenario: The Dilemmas of Intelligence and Ethical Police Practice: Policing Terrorism and Managing Covert Human Sources
16: P.A.J. Waddington: Editor's Commentary
17: Steve Darroch: Author's Response
Part 6 - Public Order
18: Scenario: Public Order (Nuclear Power Plant)
19: Monique Marks & Sean Tait: Addressing the Scenario: Nuclear Power Plant Scenario: Responding to a Complex Public Order Policing Situation
20: Michael Messinger: Addressing the Scenario: Public Order Command: Dilemmas of Police Practice
21: P.A.J. Waddington: Editor's Commentary